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SemSci 2017
1st International Workshop on Enabling Open Semantic Science
Event in series SemSci
Dates 21/10/2017 (iCal) - 25/10/2017
Homepage: https://w3id.org/semsci/
Location
Location: Vienna, Austria
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Dear all,

This is a reminder for submitting your papers to the SemSci workshop at ISWC 2017. The deadline is in less than a month!

1st International Workshop on Enabling Open Semantic Science in conjunction with the 16th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2017) Vienna, Austria, October 21-25, 2017 http://iswc2017.semanticweb.org/

Workshop website: https://w3id.org/semsci/

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: July 21, 2017 Acceptance Notification: August 24, 2017 Camera-ready versions: September 1, 2017

Call for Papers

In the past few years, a push for open reproducible research has led to a proliferation of community efforts for publishing raw research objects like datasets, software, methodologies, etc. These efforts underpin research outcomes much more explicitly accessible. However, the actual time and effort required to achieve this new form of scientific communication remains a key barrier to reproducibility. Furthermore, scientific experiments are becoming increasingly complex, and ensuring that research outcomes become understandable, interpretable, reusable and reproducible is still a challenge.

The goal of this workshop is to incentivise practical solutions and fundamental thinking to bridge the gap between existing scientific communication methods and the vision of an reproducible and accountable open science. Semantic Web technologies provide a promising means for achieving this goal, enabling more transparent and well-defined descriptions for all scientific objects required for this new form of science and communication. We are particularly interested in four kinds of contributions:

1) Novel approaches that analyze how publications link to their described methods and research outputs 2) Novel approaches that use the research outputs of a scientific publication to facilitate its understanding and reuse (e.g., generating explanations of results, interactive visualizations, linking to datasets and methods, etc.) 3) Novel approaches that help comparing and relating software, datasets and methods used in different publications 4) Novel approaches to apply Semantic Web and Linked Data techniques to scientific workflows.

Research Topics

Topics for submissions include, but are not limited to:
  • Tools, methods and use cases for helping linking existing papers

to their research products: data, software, methods and execution traces.

  • New methods for helping linking scientific papers to other papers

(e.g., papers that use similar approaches, similar methods, common software, common data, etc.)

  • New methods for helping visualizing and presenting scientific

information to scientists (e.g., provenance-based visualizations, summaries, presenting results at different levels of granularity, etc.)

  • New approaches for retrieving the method steps expressed in a paper.
  • New methods for generating automated explanations of scientific results.
  • New approaches for comparing methods, protocols and methodologies expressed in papers.
  • New methods to highlight the differences between execution runs of a

scientific experiment (based on their configuration, performance, results, etc.)

  • Tools and methods for discovering data and software used in similar

publications or to address similar problems.

  • Vocabularies and ontologies that help relate and describe software, data,

methods and provenance used in a scientific publication.

  • Vocabularies and ontologies that help capturing and presenting experiment

information to scientists.

  • Automatic annotation of scientific research
  • Provenance, quality, privacy and trust of scientific information
  • Novel visualizations of scientific data
  • Novel approaches to apply Linked Data and Semantic Web techniques to scientific workflows

Submission Guidelines

Paper submission and reviewing for this workshop will be electronic via EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=semsci2017). The papers should be written in English, following the Springer LNCS format, and be submitted in PDF on or before July 21, 2017. However, SemSci2017 explicitly welcomes alternative and enhanced submission formats, such as communicative online materials. Authors who are preparing such a submission should contact the workshop organizers in advance to make sure we can accommodate for them in the submission and review process. All deadlines are midnight Hawaii time.

The following types of contributions are welcome.

  • Full research papers (8 pages)
  • Position papers (4-6 pages)
  • Short research papers (4-6 pages)
  • System/tool papers (4-6 pages)
  • Posters (2 pages)

Papers presenting a tool will be reviewed based on potential impact of the tool for Open Semantic Science, usability, and documentation. Accepted papers will be published at the CEUR workshop series.

Workshop Chairs

Daniel Garijo, Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California Tobias Kuhn, VU University Amsterdam Jun Zhao, Oxford University Willem Robert van Hage, Netherlands eScience center Tomi Kauppinen, Aalto University School of Science in Finland

Facts about "SemSci 2017"
End dateOctober 25, 2017 +
Event in seriesSemSci +
Event typeworkshop +
Has coordinates48° 13' 56", 14° 53' 59"Latitude: 48.232241666667
Longitude: 14.899627777778
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Has location cityVienna +
Has location countryCategory:Austria +
Homepagehttps://w3id.org/semsci/ +
IsAEvent +
Start dateOctober 21, 2017 +
Title1st International Workshop on Enabling Open Semantic Science +